Rental flats and short-term tourist lets of apartments in Bath can offer substantial savings, especially for four or more
Stay on a working farm in the Somerset countryside around Bath
Weird, random, oddball, and just plain fun tours and activities you can sign up for in the U.K.
How to hire a private tour guide in the U.K.
How to find and rent a vacation apartment (let a short-term flat) from $40 in the U.K.
Serviced flats, residence hotels, Aparthotels, and other townhouse suite lodging in the U.K.
Stay on a working farm and experience the best of British hospitality and countryside tradition
A place to call your own for the night or the week—renting a cottage, house, or villa in the U.K.
Sleep for free on vacation by watching someone's house (and, often, watering their plants and feeding their cat)
Trading spaces isn't just a show on basic cable anymore. It's a way to live life like a local on your travels absolutely for free—so long as you let the local borrow your life (and home) in return.
Tips to save money on dining in Britain and eat better for it
Be your own chef and you can save money and add an extra cultural experience to your trip
Young adults, families, seniors, and couples can get 1/3 off all trains with a £30 railcard
Tours aimed at families
Advice, resources, & tours for families traveling in the U.K.
Sightseeing discounts for children, students, seniors, families, and teachers
Tips for traveling with kids in England
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The Queen doesn't need a passport. Since all British passports are issued "In the name of Her Majesty," the Queen can just vouch for herself—though her husband Philip, son Prince Charles, and everyone one else in the household do have passports.